AMA National Conference and awards

After more than two years of pandemic lockdowns, Australia’s medical profession needs to gather, take stock and shape a new future for Australia’s health system informed by the learnings of the medical practice and training during COVID-19.

Open to every doctor and every medical college, the AMA National conference will discuss how medicine can be shaped and improved out of the experience of changes in medical practice made necessary by the global pandemic. With CPD points for participation and the opportunity to help shape a change agenda, you are invited to re-engage with Australia’s medical profession by attending in person or by video over the three days at the end of July.  

With 1 month until the start of the 2022 AMA National Conference, it’s time to register for the event which will be held in Sydney and by video on 29-31 July. The three-day CPD eligible program includes international and national medical leaders such as Dr Anthony Fauci and Prof Brendan Murphy among many others speaking at the event. 

Be part of the buzz of the election, see old friends, reconnect and discuss the challenges of the past few years while celebrating our resilience as a profession. Further information on the Conference program, speakers, and details on how to register can be found here. Registrations close on 31 July 2022 at 9am AEST. 

Nominations are also open for AMA awards. Members may nominate a colleague for an award by clicking on the following categories:  

Nominations by State and Territory AMAs are also open for admission to the AMA Roll of Fellows. 

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